"I still felt good," Wright said. "I felt strong. I still feel like my mental state coming in is the exact same. I was attacking the zone. I wasn't walking people. I threw all pitches for strikes. It was just a matter of getting the ball down, getting more ground balls. They did a really good job putting the ball in play, battling. [Joe] Mauer had an 0-2 count [in the first inning] and took four really, really good pitches, I thought, and had a walk there. But yeah, I still feel good, I still feel positive, I still feel in a good place."